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- Subject: New Spreadsheet Productivity Tools
- From: "Structuralist" <dennis.wish(--nospam--at)gte.net>
- Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2001 18:19:38 -0800
I am pleased to announce that we have added three new spreadsheets to the Structuralist.net Software Productivity Tools Forum in the Spreadsheet Software Forum. Click on this link to launch your browser and the Software Forum. If you do not receive this message in HTML format, you can visit the Structuralist.Net discussion forum at:
and follow the links to INDEX / PROFESSIONAL FORUM/ SOFTWARE PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS / SPREADSHEET SOFTWARE.
There are three new spreadsheets donated to the forum Scott M. Haan, PE , Plan Review Engineer, Building and Safety Division, Development Services Department, Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska.
- IBC Seismic Force Distribution uses site specific information in Alaska to distribute loads to buildings up to 21 stories in height. The spreadsheet an easily be modified to be specific to any area in the country by anyone with beginning and intermediate spreadsheet skills. Scott has organized the site information by zip code.
- The IBC 2305.3.2 Spreadsheet performs deflection calculations on plywood sheathed walls in accordance with the latest International Building Code provisions.
- The third contribution from Scott is a Perforated Shearwall Check performed per the NEHRP 2000 standards. The spreadsheet is specific to Hem-fir, but is easily modified by anyone with intermediate skills in spreadsheet design.
Dennis S. Wish, PE
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